Selected Startups

Out of 120 applications, we selected 26 startups that will take part in our 3-month incubator program. Learn more about the selected projects in Bern, Geneva, Lausanne, and Zurich.

Finalists of Bern

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Nachwachsende Windeln

Compostable diapers that return to the raw material cycle as humus, with lower environmental impact in production and disposal. More info…

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The startup is fighting against food waste by purchasing second option vegetables and fruits from farmers, sells them to clients but also makes salads, soups and smoothies from them. More info…

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Bloom developed a new approach for the production of biorenewable products as a sustainable alternative to fossil-based industries. More info…

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Direct Coffee

Direct Coffee developed a platform that brings coffee drinkers in contact with coffee producers, together improve the social welfare of the farmers. More info…

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Glärnisch Textil

Glärnisch Textil is developing renewable raw materials such as straw from flax and hemp for the textile industry. More info…

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Komport is a safe harbour where every business becomes an experience. Portably designed, the imported excrements are composted.

Finalists of Geneva

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FlitOut – is reinventing the rental of sports and outdoor gear with a tailored and seamless rental experience.

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A supply and wash service for food retailers, replacing single-use takeaway containers with a reusable and recyclable alternative.

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KONOÏ Cremerie Vegetale

KONOÏ aims to promote health using hemp to design a new generation of products. More info…


La Corde à Linge

La Corde à Linge developed the Linen Rope, a biodegradable detergent made in Geneva with more than 90% local products. More info…

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La Manivelle

La Manivelle is a library for sharing objects and tools. More info…

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Le Laboratoire de Souliers

Le Laboratoire de Souliers aims to create the first closed-loop platform for the large-scale manufacture of recyclable shoes in Europe.

Finalists of Lausanne



Bibou'tic facilitates clothing rental as an alternative to overconsumption and waste. More info…

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Distri'pots offers reusable pots for an ethical, ecological and responsible promotion of local products in short circuits.

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Jette pas!

Jette pas! – a platform that brings together people who want to repair defective objects with repairers.

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The startup transforms plastic waste into new functional or decorative objects. More info…

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Terrabiom grows microbes and fungi from organic waste to regenerate the soil and create natural products for agriculture. More info…

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Trobak recycles organic waste by creating a trashcan, which removes all current drawbacks, such as bad smell & bugs.

Finalists of Zurich

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Kolbev aims to enable on demand recharging of Electric Vehicles delivered to a specific location. More info…

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Kompotoi aims to revolutionize the toilet and bring the resulting nutrients back into the natural cycle as fertilizers. More info…

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Miniloop is offering high-quality baby clothes that are also good for the family and environment

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Mind the Plastic

Mind the Plastic encourages food producers to take back their plastic by designing unique and valuable recycled products of their packaging.

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REMRETEch (Rare Earth Metals Recycling Technologies)

REMRETEch (Rare Earth Metals Recycling Technologies) developed a recycling technology for critical metals from secondary resources.

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1h2o3 supplies compact, modular and efficient treatment plants for complex waters made from environmentally friendly and recyclable materials. More info…



LIME is an ecosystem of regional currencies that favours local sustainable behaviour and allows the emergence of local and regional sustainable business. More info…